Other Origin(s):Gaelic, Latin, Portuguese
Meaning:Defender of mankind; From Adria; Ridge
Dreena is a feminine name with Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin roots. A respelling of Drina, this name can be used as an adorable nickname for classic monikers like Adriana and Alexandrina. Adriana can translate to “from Adria,” while Alexandrina means “defender of mankind.” Whether baby grows up with the goal to save the world or travel around it, Dreena can make for a lovely fit. Dreena may also refer to the Drina river in the Balkans or come from the Old Gaelic word druim, meaning “ridge.” As baby explores nature, paddles through water, and hikes on mountain ridges, the name Dreena will prove to be a perfect moniker for them.
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